BLOG: Our project was to turn some seriously dilapidated schools in the Solomon Islands into safe and welcoming places for kids.    Dennis McKinlay, UNICEF NZ’s Executive Director, is in the Solomon Islands this week with the Morgan’s, two Kiwi donors and our friends from TV3 to see these schools. Here Dennis reports back on the exciting transformations he saw.     What a day! It started at 6am .....http://bit.ly/MJjSyy

BLOG: Our project was to turn some seriously dilapidated schools in the Solomon Islands into safe and welcoming places for kids. Dennis McKinlay, UNICEF NZ’s Executive Director, is in the Solomon Islands this week with the Morgan’s, two Kiwi donors and our friends from TV3 to see these schools. Here Dennis reports back on the exciting transformations he saw. What a day! It started at 6am .....http://bit.ly/MJjSyy

BLOG: Our project was to turn some seriously dilapidated schools in the Solomon Islands into safe and welcoming places for kids.    Dennis McKinlay, UNICEF NZ’s Executive Director, is in the Solomon Islands this week with the Morgan’s, two Kiwi donors and our friends from TV3 to see these schools. Here Dennis reports back on the exciting transformations he saw.     What a day! It started at 6am .....http://bit.ly/MJjSyy

BLOG: Our project was to turn some seriously dilapidated schools in the Solomon Islands into safe and welcoming places for kids. Dennis McKinlay, UNICEF NZ’s Executive Director, is in the Solomon Islands this week with the Morgan’s, two Kiwi donors and our friends from TV3 to see these schools. Here Dennis reports back on the exciting transformations he saw. What a day! It started at 6am .....http://bit.ly/MJjSyy

BLOG: Our project was to turn some seriously dilapidated schools in the Solomon Islands into safe and welcoming places for kids.    Dennis McKinlay, UNICEF NZ’s Executive Director, is in the Solomon Islands this week with the Morgan’s, two Kiwi donors and our friends from TV3 to see these schools. Here Dennis reports back on the exciting transformations he saw.     What a day! It started at 6am .....http://bit.ly/MJjSyy

BLOG: Our project was to turn some seriously dilapidated schools in the Solomon Islands into safe and welcoming places for kids. Dennis McKinlay, UNICEF NZ’s Executive Director, is in the Solomon Islands this week with the Morgan’s, two Kiwi donors and our friends from TV3 to see these schools. Here Dennis reports back on the exciting transformations he saw. What a day! It started at 6am .....http://bit.ly/MJjSyy

BLOG: Our project was to turn some seriously dilapidated schools in the Solomon Islands into safe and welcoming places for kids.    Dennis McKinlay, UNICEF NZ’s Executive Director, is in the Solomon Islands this week with the Morgan’s, two Kiwi donors and our friends from TV3 to see these schools. Here Dennis reports back on the exciting transformations he saw.     What a day! It started at 6am .....http://bit.ly/MJjSyy

BLOG: Our project was to turn some seriously dilapidated schools in the Solomon Islands into safe and welcoming places for kids. Dennis McKinlay, UNICEF NZ’s Executive Director, is in the Solomon Islands this week with the Morgan’s, two Kiwi donors and our friends from TV3 to see these schools. Here Dennis reports back on the exciting transformations he saw. What a day! It started at 6am .....http://bit.ly/MJjSyy

BLOG: Our project was to turn some seriously dilapidated schools in the Solomon Islands into safe and welcoming places for kids.    Dennis McKinlay, UNICEF NZ’s Executive Director, is in the Solomon Islands this week with the Morgan’s, two Kiwi donors and our friends from TV3 to see these schools. Here Dennis reports back on the exciting transformations he saw.     What a day! It started at 6am .....http://bit.ly/MJjSyy

BLOG: Our project was to turn some seriously dilapidated schools in the Solomon Islands into safe and welcoming places for kids. Dennis McKinlay, UNICEF NZ’s Executive Director, is in the Solomon Islands this week with the Morgan’s, two Kiwi donors and our friends from TV3 to see these schools. Here Dennis reports back on the exciting transformations he saw. What a day! It started at 6am .....http://bit.ly/MJjSyy

Photo of the week!     We reached back in the archives to 1983 for this week's pic, from a school in Karachi, Pakistan.     Books are the fuel that power a child’s intellect and dreams.    www.unicef.org.nz

UNICEF photo - girls reading in Karachi, Pakistan but still relevant.

BLOG: The reality of living on $2.25 – One coffee or food for a day?  This week UNICEF NZ’s Communications Assistant, Ella Anselmi, has joined hundreds of Kiwis around the country to live under the extreme poverty line of for a week for food and drink. Three days into Live Below the Line week, Ella shares what living on $2.25 has been like so far... http://blog.unicef.org.nz/2012/09/26/the-reality-of-living-on-2-25-%E2%80%93-one-coffee-or-food-for-a-day/?campaignid=345=500

BLOG: The reality of living on $2.25 – One coffee or food for a day? This week UNICEF NZ’s Communications Assistant, Ella Anselmi, has joined hundreds of Kiwis around the country to live under the extreme poverty line of for a week for food and drink. Three days into Live Below the Line week, Ella shares what living on $2.25 has been like so far... http://blog.unicef.org.nz/2012/09/26/the-reality-of-living-on-2-25-%E2%80%93-one-coffee-or-food-for-a-day/?campaignid=345=500

BLOG: Earlier this month Dennis McKinlay, UNICEF NZ’s Executive Director, visited Tanzania with Gareth and Jo Morgan to see first-hand how Kiwi donors’ money has improved the lives of children across the country.    Dennis reports back on the amazing transformation he saw through the provision of new water pumps, water tanks and latrines... http://blog.unicef.org.nz/2012/10/29/stories-from-the-field-changing-lives-with-water/?campaignid=345=500

BLOG: Earlier this month Dennis McKinlay, UNICEF NZ’s Executive Director, visited Tanzania with Gareth and Jo Morgan to see first-hand how Kiwi donors’ money has improved the lives of children across the country. Dennis reports back on the amazing transformation he saw through the provision of new water pumps, water tanks and latrines... http://blog.unicef.org.nz/2012/10/29/stories-from-the-field-changing-lives-with-water/?campaignid=345=500

BLOG: Earlier this month Dennis McKinlay, UNICEF NZ’s Executive Director, visited Tanzania with Gareth and Jo Morgan to see first-hand how Kiwi donors’ money has improved the lives of children across the country.    Dennis reports back on the amazing transformation he saw through the provision of new water pumps, water tanks and latrines... http://blog.unicef.org.nz/2012/10/29/stories-from-the-field-changing-lives-with-water/?campaignid=345=500

BLOG: Earlier this month Dennis McKinlay, UNICEF NZ’s Executive Director, visited Tanzania with Gareth and Jo Morgan to see first-hand how Kiwi donors’ money has improved the lives of children across the country. Dennis reports back on the amazing transformation he saw through the provision of new water pumps, water tanks and latrines... http://blog.unicef.org.nz/2012/10/29/stories-from-the-field-changing-lives-with-water/?campaignid=345=500

BLOG: Earlier this month Dennis McKinlay, UNICEF NZ’s Executive Director, visited Tanzania with Gareth and Jo Morgan to see first-hand how Kiwi donors’ money has improved the lives of children across the country.    Dennis reports back on the amazing transformation he saw through the provision of new water pumps, water tanks and latrines. http://blog.unicef.org.nz/2012/10/29/stories-from-the-field-changing-lives-with-water/?campaignid=345=500

BLOG: Earlier this month Dennis McKinlay, UNICEF NZ’s Executive Director, visited Tanzania with Gareth and Jo Morgan to see first-hand how Kiwi donors’ money has improved the lives of children across the country. Dennis reports back on the amazing transformation he saw through the provision of new water pumps, water tanks and latrines. http://blog.unicef.org.nz/2012/10/29/stories-from-the-field-changing-lives-with-water/?campaignid=345=500

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